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in japan. the new threat some say is actually happening right now. >>> we're panicking, and it was really scary. >> hear from people from japan who heard about their own hometown disaster while here in the bay area. >>> as soon as we move those folks, that oil is going to come to the surface. >> the pollution the new concern as the cleanup begins in santa cruz harbor, 17 million in cleanup, not including the boats. we have new information on the tsunami coming to shore in emoryville. good evening, thank you for joining us. right now in japan, sunday afternoon, government officials now admit a partial meltdown is partly under way at the country's new facilities. authorities ordered 150,000 people the evacuate the area, 170 miles from tokyo, and the shaking still has not stopped after the quake. a powerful quake off the coast happened. rescue crews are looking for people missing along 100s of miles of coastline, with many areas still unreachable. and we just got word that japanese police found 200 bodies in a coastal area. and new fears at one nuclear power plant that rose above the legal l
on a coastal neighborhood in japan. >>> another explosion tonight at a japanese nuclear power plant. seven people are missing. a half dozen reactors teaterring on the edge of meltdown. >>> and help from california arrived in japan. how search and rescue crews along with their dogs will help with the recovery. >>> good evening, i'm ann notarangelo a bart train derailing today. the frightening accident may also cripple tomorrow's commute. don knapp is in concord tonight. don. >> reporter: ann, the bart train jackknifed as described to us by bart earlier today. you can look up the embankment and see the 8th and 9th cars a of a 10-car train. they are continuing to work on this throughout the night. they have a plan in place. a very large crane gingerly lifting two of the cars that derailed outside the concord bart station and put them back on the tracks. crews on the scene all day getting them back in service. the track has been tied up since two cars derailed about 9:20 a.m. this morning as the training was pulling out of the station. >> just started shaking back and forth. moving around. an
as a tsunami in jaan japan overtakes a car driving down a road. >>> good evening. i'm ann notarangelo. among the problems today, power outages and falling trees, including a 100' oak. we have lawrence karnow in the weather center with what we can expect in the overnight hours, but we begin with don knapp in the middle of it now. >> reporter: that is right ann. high wind advisories up for the bay bridge, the san mateo and 30 miles per hour one on the golden gate bridge. crews removed a 90' oak that crashed on a house in walnut creek this evening. rain saturated ground gave way, dropping the tree onto the roof, knocking out skylights and poking holes. no one was hurt. earlier today wind and rain shut down highway 84 road as falling trees brought down powerlines and the rain triggered landslides. the road was re-opened around 6:00 this evening. the usually high-water trouble spots were just under 6' and rise, but well below its banks. and nowhere near flood stage. this stretch of road looks like it could be in the sierra. it's bear gulch road before noon today. that is not snow. it's hail. >> r
-- getting back to boating and business. >>> a miracle more than a week after the 9.0 earthquake in japan. a woman and her teenaged grandson. how they survived all this time. >>> the disaster 5,000 miles away but it's impact is being felt in the united states. >>> good evening. a battered bay area still recovering from the weekend's stormy weather. many of us woke to down trees and debris everywhere from the strong winds overnight. we did get a break today, more rain is on the way, though. with all the runoff, does that mean we know longer have to conserve water. full reservoirs don't mean an end of water rationing. >> reporter: reservoirs around the bay area were high even before the latest storms. back in january, marin water district pulled the plug on alpine dam to make room for more water. >> you can hear the water sucking from the lake and actually going down to the spill way and it's so loud and so raging, like i said, the ground shakes beneath you. >> reporter: santa clara valley water district says its reservoirs and wells are in good shape. snowfall totals in the sierra and -- t
power. >>> another major earthquake in japan captured on camera. the warning that calm along with it. >>> another potential harm with social media. what doctors are warming tonight about-facebook. >>> i'm meteorologist lawrence karnow in the cbs5 weather center. when we might see some spring sunshine. we will talk about that coming up. capital city of tripoli. that's after they were able to re-take control of key oil towns this weekend. and n >>> libyan rebels continuing their advance towards the capitol city of tripoli after they were able to take control of key oil towns this weekend. now a change in command of coalition forces is underway. here is the report that air strikes are hitting closer to gadaffi's hometown. >> reporter: coalition forces hit tripoli and for the first time moammar gadhafi's hometown had casualties. >> there was attacks and three sailors were killed. >> reporter: the u.s. has led the operations for more than a week to take out gadaffi's air defenses an establish a no fly zone but now nato agreed to take over command. rebels handed out food to civilians one d
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